A motorist bites a driver who honked his horn in Gijón

Agents of the National Police have processed the complaint against a motorcyclist who bit the hand of a driver who reproached him for a traffic maneuver. He honked his horn to get his attention and prevent him from invading the lane he was driving through at the La Guimar roundabout.

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The writer who registered a commonly used word

Since Hopkins registered the word, he has sent notifications to different authors, informing them that they are infringing the copyright and asking them to remove the word from their titles. And the worst of all is that some authors, fearing to engage in a legal battle, undertook the enormous task…

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Where my horse dies, I die

The shock is deafening. Several horses of the Regiment are killed, among them that of Sergeant 2º Ignacio Fernández who falls before the Rif. He gets up, takes out his saber and throws himself at the enemy shouting: “Where my horse dies, I die!”

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Tesla announces the dismissal of more than 4,000 workers [Eng]

Tesla will cut around 9% of its workforce. Statement from Elon Musk: (…) We are carrying out an organizational restructuring in our company. Tesla has grown and evolved rapidly in recent years, which has led to a certain duplicity of functions that, although they made sense in the past, are…

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Giant viruses invent their own genes

The giant viruses known as pandoraviruses invent their own genes, which are also different from each other, a whole unprecedented work of genetic creativity that explains their enormous dimensions. Harmless to humans, pandoraviruses help to better understand the evolution of life on our planet.

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The UN says that Spain " discriminates " to students with disabilities

The UN Committee on the rights of persons with disabilities considered days ago that Spain incurs a problem of “segregation and exclusion” of students with disabilities in general education, which in general violates their right to education. In a report published in Geneva, the experts of that Committee said that…

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Evidence-based education: what pedagogies have they proven to work?

If we expect medical treatments to be effective, why not demand the same from educational methods? Multiple intelligences, neuroeducation, projects, schools without duties … Every day well-evaluated systems that provide positive results for students, and others that have proven to be useless or that have not even been researched, are…

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Spain claims a negotiation with the United Kingdom on Gibraltar at the UN

Spain called on the United Kingdom on Monday for negotiations on the issue of Gibraltar and argued that the UN should continue dealing with the situation of that territory until its decolonization is completed. “Spain, as requested by the United Nations, remains open to dialogue,” said diplomat Francisca Pedrós, who…

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